Civic Luncheon Lecture
- Our Civic Luncheon Lecture events focus on current issues and topics of relevance to students, faculty, staff and the Salina community. We start at noon and end at 1 pm with questions and answers prior to ending.
- Everyone from K-State Polytechnic and the Salina community region is invited to attend.
- Parking is free in parking lots located north of the College Center where the event is held. Enter from the Centennial Avenue gated entrance.
- For those wanting lunch, the Polytechnic Campus Cafe opens at 11 a.m. with cafeteria meals for $6.16, or you can order a sandwich, salad or soup. Try to arrive early so you have time to finish your meal and get into the Conference room for the talk a few minutes before noon.
- Arriving at least 5 minutes early will help avoid registration delays to the lecture.
- If your organization or business wants to co-sponsor a future Civic Luncheon Lecture, please contact Greg Stephens at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 785-819-6887.
Future dates and topics:
- March 8, 2018: "Immigration in Kansas Today," Matthew Sanderson, associate professor of sociology, Kansas State University
- April 12, 2018: "How Bitcoin, Blockchain and Other Cryptocurrencies are Changing the World," Randall Nichols, associate professor of practice, K-State Polytechnic